28th Street/Little Portugal Station

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The future 28th Street/Little Portugal Station will be located between US-101 and 28th Street in northeast San José and bordered by St. James Street, Five Wounds Lane and 30th Street. The future station will reside in the Little Portugal neighborhood of East San José. Within walking distance of the historic Five Wounds Portuguese National Parish, the 28th Street/Little Portugal Station serves a diverse and vibrant section of San José.  Featuring taquerias, Portuguese, Mexican, and Vietnamese cuisine and everything in between, the 28th Street/Little Portugal Station will be a hub of activity...

This image shows a map of the station and includes ridership and station features that are also given in the text below.

The future 28th Street/Little Portugal Station will be located between US-101 and 28th Street in northeast San José and bordered by St. James Street, Five Wounds Lane and 30th Street. The future station will reside in the Little Portugal neighborhood of East San José. Within walking distance of the historic Five Wounds Portuguese National Parish, the 28th Street/Little Portugal Station serves a diverse and vibrant section of San José.  Featuring taquerias, Portuguese, Mexican, and Vietnamese cuisine and everything in between, the 28th Street/Little Portugal Station will be a hub of activity, serving both brand new San José residents and generations of families that have grown here. 

The site plan above is not to be considered final and will be further refined as the engineering progresses on the Project. 

28th Street/Little Portugal Station at a Glance  

• 10,300 daily passengers projected in 2035  

• A ground-level plaza, below-ground concourse and boarding platform  

• Passenger drop-off facilities  

• Passenger and shuttle/bus drop-off areas  

• Bicycle storage facilities  

• Multi-level parking structure next to station  

• Pedestrian connection along the south side of the station area to E. Santa Clara Street  

• Accommodations for the planned Five Wounds Trail along N. 28th Street  

• Transit-Oriented Development, which is walkable, mixed use development that is located close to transit, will be integrated with station facilities 

Timeline

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Environmental Clearance
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VTA Board approved Phase II Project
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BART Board approved Phase II Project
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FTA issued Record of Decision for Phase II Environmental Document
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Design and Engineering
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Geotechnical and utility field investigations began
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VTA awarded General Engineering Consultant contract to Mott MacDonald/PGH Wong
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Construction
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Testing
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Funding

Total Funding
Phase II Total Funding: $5.58B